Your Hard Work is Rewarded
Prospective students applying before May 1 for fall admission, or November 15 for spring admission will be given priority consideration for scholarships. If you are looking to get some or all of your tuition covered and gain some work experience, then maybe a graduate assistantship is right for you.
The University of Baltimore and Merrick School of Business will evaluate all candidates’ admission packages and award qualified applicants with available institutional scholarships. Partial-tuition scholarships may be offered to qualified candidates, both domestic and international.
Dean's MBA Scholarship (Deadline November 15 and April 15)
Top MBA and Online MBA applicants are eligible for the Merrick School of Business Dean's MBA Scholarship. This scholarship requires applicants to submit a GMAT score of 600 or higher and to have an undergraduate GPA of 3.0 or higher. Scholarships are competitive and are funded at different levels for full-time and part-time students. See more about the criteria below:
- Full-Time students (minimum 9 credits per semester): $3,750/ semester (Renewable for up to 4 consecutive semesters)
- Part-Time students (minimum 6 credits per semester): $2,500/ semester (Renewable for up to 6 consecutive semesters)
In addition, scholarship recipients:
- Must enroll in a minimum of 6-9 credits per semester for consideration and continuation of the scholarship.
- Must remain in good academic standing (3.0 GPA or higher) to maintain scholarship.
- Must enroll in consecutive semesters for example fall to spring semester. Summer session enrollment may be considered.
Consideration is given based on available funding and overall application strength.
Dean’s MBA Scholarship Application Deadlines and Decision Dates:
|Semester||Admission Application Deadline||Scholarship and Admissions Decisions Made|
|Spring 2020||Nov. 15||Dec. 15|
|Fall 2020||Apr. 15||May 15|
Learn more about scholarships at the University of Baltimore or find out more about federal and private loan programs.
A graduate assistantship can help fund all or part of your tuition, and you'll gain academic, professional or research experience while working on campus and making progress toward your graduate degree or certificate. Learn more.